This July, Aiden Byrne and the team at Manchester House have curated a special season of events to celebrate British Summertime and the importance of utilising local and seasonal ingredients, whilst raising funds and awareness for Brainwave.
Brainwave works with families in the UK to deliver individual home based therapy and exercise programmes that help children with disabilities and developmental delay to achieve their potential and greater independence. The children have a range of conditions including Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome and rare genetic disorders.
Aiden is an avid supporter and patron of the charity; “Family is very important to my wife Sarah and I, as is our local community and the people within it. When we were looking for a charity to support, we knew we wanted something that had some association to all of those elements, and Brainwave was the perfect choice. It’s always an inspiration to visit…
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